1. Regularly run a vacuum cleaner over the surface to remove dirt and debris from cracks and crevices.. Which has a suction Floorhead designed for use on all smooth flooring. Of course, if you only have an upright model, you can still use that too. “Turn off the rotating brush to keep the bristles from scratching your floors and scattering dirt,” Forte advises.
2. About once a month, damp-mop the floor for a thorough deep cleaning. Kitchens and spaces that see a lot of foot traffic might need it more frequently. Grab a mop with a washable, reusable microfiber head, one with disposable pads. Spray with a laminate floor cleaner sparingly, so you don’t oversaturate the floor, and then wipe with the mop.
3. To prevent damage, do not polish or wax a laminate floor. Also, skip abrasive cleaners, scouring powder, and steel wool. They have the potential to scratch the floor and damage the protective finish.
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